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Revolving door politics? Shadow of military looms over Pakistan elections

By France24
12 February 2024   |   8:53 am
A country that’s broke, beset by radical insurgents, on the front lines of global warming needs leadership its citizens can trust. Thursday’s vote though follow a familiar pattern of revolving door politics.

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